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Jennifer Aniston shows off her natural curls while letting her hair 'air dry' in her latest Instagram post: Photos
2023/07/19

Jennifer Aniston showed off her natural curls while sharing a hair tutorial, featuring a lightweight hair oil from her award-winning haircare line, LolaVie, to her Instagram.

While applying the product to her gorgeous golden mane on Wednesday, the 53-year-old Friends star shared one of the secrets behind her super-glossy tresses with her 40.7 million followers.

'Air dry and a little bit of @lolavie,' she captioned a video of herself jushing up her locks in her bathroom while rocking a charcoal grey robe. 

Hair goddess: Jennifer Aniston showed off her natural curls while sharing a hair tutorial, featuring a lightweight hair oil from her award-winning haircare line, LolaVie, to her Instagram

In September, the actress launched her beauty brand, 25 years after sparking a global trend with her iconic Friends haircut, The Rachel. 

The actress harked back to her early years in Hollywood when it came to naming the brand, taking inspiration from her own nickname, Lola, which her friends affectionately gave her when she first moved to California. 

Speaking to People, Aniston explained that when she first arrived in the state, she bought her first car and decided to name it Lola, joking that she thinks her decision may have been prompted by her love of the Sarah Vaughan song, Whatever Lola Wants. 

Beautiful: While applying the product to her gorgeous golden mane on Wednesday, the 53-year-old Friends star shared one of the secrets behind her super-glossy tresses with her 40.7 million followers

'Air dry and a little bit of @lolavie,' she captioned a video of herself jushing up her locks in her bathroom while rocking a charcoal grey robe

Soon, the nickname had transferred to her, and now, decades later, she has passed it on to her burgeoning brand.

'I named my car Lola on the spot,' she explained. Maybe it's because I love that song [Whatever Lola Wants]. Then every time I'd come over, they'd be like, "Lola's here."

'So it just kind of became a name that I was called whenever I showed up.'

Years after earning herself the nickname Lola, Aniston earned global fame under her given name when she starred in the hit sitcom Friends - which turned her into an unlikely haircare icon thanks to the layered shoulder-length 'do she modeled in the first few seasons of the show.

Creator: In September, the actress launched her beauty brand, 25 years after sparking a global trend with her iconic Friends haircut, The Rachel

Aniston has since admitted that she 'was not a fan' of the style, telling Allure in 2011 that she though it was the 'ugliest hair cut she had ever seen'.

Then, in 2015, she explained to Glamour that she found it 'kind of cringe-y', while also noting her dislike of the fact that it was so difficult to maintain and style at home.

The Hollywood starlet is now applying that same philosophy to her debut haircare product - a $25 Glossing Detangler - which is 'suitable for all hair types' and is meant to offer a wealth of hair health benefits, while making your tresses easier to style.

New adventure:  Speaking to People, Aniston explained that when she first arrived in the state, she bought her first car and decided to name it Lola, joking that she thinks her decision may have been prompted by her love of the Sarah Vaughan song, Whatever Lola Wants

'This 99 per cent naturally-derived detangling spray helps detangle hair, prime with vegan thermal shield, enhance shine with lemon extract, smooth with a superfruit complex and vegetable ceramides, and protect against damage by harnessing the power of chia seeds,' the brand explained in a statement.

According to Aniston, she has been working on the brand and its products for the past five years - having first sparked an interest in the haircare arena when she worked on a collaboration with another brand, Living Proof, which she co-founded in 2012, before parting ways with the label when it was sold to Unilever.

Although there are other products currently in the works, the actress wanted to release the detangling spray first because she believes it is the 'Swiss Army Knife' of formulas - and it's something that fills a gap in her own daily line-up.

'I love a really good detangler because my hair has gone through so much thrashing,' she told Allure, explaining that the LolaVie version is meant to replace multiple other steps in a routine.

Famous hair:  Soon, the nickname had transferred to her, and now, decades later, she has passed it on to her burgeoning brand

'I love for a product to have many jobs in one, so it has a heat protector and shine, and so it's time-efficient.'

To ensure that the detangler would live up to the expectations of all her customers however, Aniston made sure to test it out on several of her friends - both male and female - asking people with all different hair types to offer their thoughts on the formula.

'It was very helpful over the years to get the feedback, and that's been a very key part of helping define what this [product] is and what it needs,' she noted.

When it comes to the Glossing Detangler - and all of the other soon-to-be released formulas in the LolaVie collection - Aniston has vowed to uphold several standards, namely that the products will be vegan, cruelty-free, made without silicones, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, gluten and preservatives, and be made almost entirely from natural ingredients.

Although her main focus right now is haircare products, the actress isn't ruling out a future expansion, explaining to People that there are 'all sorts of ideas cooking in her brain'.

Years after earning herself the nickname Lola, Aniston earned global fame under her given name when she starred in the hit sitcom Friends - which turned her into an unlikely haircare icon thanks to the layered shoulder-length 'do she modeled in the first few seasons of the show

'I don't see any limits to anything,' she added.

According to company documents obtained by Page Six, Aniston has made sure that she has options open to her in the future, with the publication revealing that 'an application was filed to trademark the name LolaVie in the areas of face and body lotion, shower gel, candles and hair care in July 2019'.

While LolaVie marks the first time that Aniston has founded and created her own beauty brand, it is certainly not her first foray into the industry.

Over the years, the former Friends star has lent her face to several beauty campaigns, serving as a spokesmodel for haircare brand Living Proof, which she also co-founded, as well as skincare brand Aveeno.

She also currently serves as an ambassador for supplement brand Vital Proteins, having also been named as its new Chief Creative Officer at the end of 2020.

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